Tremper Mountain

On July 25th, I headed down to Tremper Mountain in the Catskill Mountains. This was my third hike down in the Catskills as part of the Fire Tower Challenge. The hike up was a three mile climb but wasn’t overly steep. Arriving at the summit, I ran into the summer steward and had a lengthy conversation with him about the tower and the surrounding mountains. He even showed me some cool gear that fire observers used while they were in service. Overall a good hike.

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Jonathan Volks

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Jonathan Volks is currently a Web Programmer at Skidmore College in Upstate New York. He enjoys everything about the Internet; from Search Engine Optimization to Web Programming. His hobbies include landscape photography and hiking the Adirondacks.